Expanded livestream yoga class schedule!

In light of the cancellation of all in-person classes due to COVID19, we are grateful to expand our livestream yoga class schedule.

This is the ONLY platform through which Adrienne will be teaching for the foreseeable future.

This schedule begins on November 17th and will run until December 23rd, 2020.

The important details, as always:

  • All classes will be live on YouTube (with 24-hour replay)
  • All classes are purchased individually and offered on a sliding scale basis
  • One hour before the scheduled class, you will be emailed a link to access the class
  • Sign up at least 75 minutes prior to the start of a class to ensure you’ll receive the link on time!

Go here to see the schedule!—>>>

 

Streaming live yoga classes for fall 2020

I am excited to offer a handful of weekly yoga classes live on YouTube starting October 17 through the end of November.

This is new territory for me, as it is for many of us, and I hope you will join me as we learn and grow this community together.

The important details:

  • All classes will be live on YouTube (with 24-hour replay)
  • All classes will be offered on a sliding scale
  • One hour before the scheduled class, you will be emailed a link to access the class
  • Sign up at least 75 minutes prior to the start of a class to ensure you’ll receive the link on time!

Go here to see the schedule!—>>>

 

Space and grace: a 70-minute Vinyasa flow yoga practice.

We have made a NEW yoga practice up on YouTube! Enjoy a Vinyasa flow practice that focuses on building strength and mobility, especially in the hips and shoulders. May the agility we create in our physical bodies inspire us to become agile in our minds and hearts.

There are modifications offered for the various postures in this practice; adjust as you see fit in order to work with how you are feeling. Take good care of yourself.

As the pandemic situation continues, let’s build patience, grit, and endurance as we navigate through uncertainty. The practice of yoga helps us reconnect with these aspects of ourselves, so that we can feel emboldened in our daily work and relationships – which is where the real practice of yoga is.

We give these practice videos freely; if you find value in this offering, and you are in a position to give, please consider donating by clicking the button below. Dana is the traditional practice of donation through which yoga teachers have received financial support – and is the way I am currently offering my teachings. Thank you in advance for your support.